Cassandre (Cassandra), accustomed to his daily life in a Parisian police station, takes his new position in Annecy, in order to be with her son. This new position in the provinces strongly displeases Cassandra, City inveterate, which hardly supports this new life, too quiet for his taste. She changes her mind quickly when it comes up against equally breathless business than it had to be treated in Paris. Crimes occur, Cassandra and her new team must resolve as quickly as possible so as not to terrorize the population or inflame suspicions.
Runtime: 95 minutes
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Cassandre is a free open source software for computer assisted qualitative data analysis and interpretation in humanities and social sciences. Although it refers, like other CAQDAS-software, to Grounded Theory Method, it also allows to conduct discourse analysis or quantitative content analysis. The software is designed as a server to support collaborative work. Formerly focused on semi-automatic coding, it now provides diaries assisting qualitative analysis. In academia, Cassandre is used by social scientists in sociology, psychology, management, communication studies, education and political science. Some researchers also use it in computer science, namely in knowledge management, design, human-computer interaction and topic mapping. Many of the Cassandre users are academics and PhD students. The software tool is also used in public services (police and government departments) and in the industry (namely by Cockerill Maintenance & Ingénierie). In 2010, in the so-called KWALON experiment, representatives of selected CAQDAS-Software were invited to analyze a dataset composed of newspapers articles and videos related to the 2008 financial crisis. The software packages Atlas.ti, MAXQDA, NVivo, Transana and Cassandre were taking part in the experiment. Commentators depicted Cassandre as the only software limited to text material and as an integrated approach between algorithms and hand-made coding. The experiment, however, suggested that the outcome of the analysis depended more of the analysis strategy than the software.
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Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software
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